Create Marketing related Buyer-Personas Texts for Men, Students, Kids/Teenagers & Instagram Influencers!


Software Algorithms based on Natural Language Processing will create Buyer-Personas based English texts based on your English input text - useable for Marketing, Product Descriptions, Content Ads or Storytelling!


Persona based text enrich the content for your target audience, rise click-through rates, increase lead generation and improve the overall text quality for your Buyer-Personas target group!

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Original Text:    If you're interested in technology, then one of the most fascinating longer reads available about Silicon Valley culture is the Twitter serial posted last week by Morgan Knutson, a former Google+ web designer.Knutson wrote 149 tweets over a period of five days about his brief tenure at Google+, the long-troubled, now-defunct social network.Knutson began writing a day after The Wall Street Journal revealed that Google had waited seven months before disclosing that a security lapse had enabled third-party developers to see private information belonging to as many as 500,000 Google+ users.A few hours after the story was published, Google announced it had shuttered Google+, which was created to challenge Facebook but never came close.Apparently, the situation prompted Knutson to reveal information he had bottled up for six years.—Morgan (@morganknutson) October 9, 2018Part of what makes Knutson's tweets so fascinating is the idea that a former Googler has anything bad to say about the company. Google has a reputation for being one of the most employee-friendly places in tech, chock full of perks and benefits. It's rare that a former staffer complains publicly.The other reason Knutson's story is so compelling is due to the titillating details about the dysfunction he said reigned at the Google+ of 2012.Knutson, who resigned for a job at Dropbox in 2012 after only eight months at Google, describes a service that lacked an overall vision, often wasted resources, and was propelled and shielded internally by Vic Gundotra, the powerful former Google executive who led the Google+ effort.

Student Persona:    
  • Topic: Twitter, Morgan Knutson, Silicon Valley
    Content: morgan knutson, silicon, valley culture, twitter, web designer, google+
  • Topic: Knutson
    Content: google+, social network, knutson, brief tenure
  • Topic: Google, Knutson, The Wall Street Journal
    Content: wall street journal, third-party developers, knutson, google+, google, security lapse, private information
  • Topic: Google, Facebook
    Content: google, facebook, google+
  • Topic: @morganknutson, Googler
    Content: knutson, october, googler, s tweets, @ morganknutson, part
  • Topic: Google, Vic Gundotra, Dropbox, Knutson
    Content: knutson, vic gundotra, dropbox, overall vision, google, google+
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Influencer Persona:    
  • If you're interested in technology, then one of the most fascinating longer reads available about Silicon Valley culture is the Twitter serial posted last week by Morgan Knutson, a #former Google+ web designer.- Sponsored Post: Professional social media analytics. by Quintly
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    Kids Persona:    
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word information does mean:
      Please listen: Reading is a way of getting information that is written.
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word Facebook does mean:
      Please listen: MouseHunt is a popular game on Facebook. The game is about you catching different kinds of mice using different traps and bases and different kinds of cheeses. To move up levels, you must get more points by catching more unique mice.
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word Twitter does mean:
      Please listen: Instagram is an online photo and video sharing social networking service. It allows users to take pictures and videos, apply digital filters to them and share them to their followers. They can then share them on a variety of social networking services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word Google does mean:
      Please listen: Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. and is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web. Google receives several hundred million queries each day through its various services. The main purpose of Google Search is to hunt for text in webpages, as opposed to other data, such as with Google Image Search.
    • Honey, I would like to tell you what the word The Wall Street Journal does mean:
      Please listen: Margaret Ellen "Peggy" Noonan (born September 7, 1950) is an American author of seven books. Her books are mostly about politics, religion, and culture. She is a weekly columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
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